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switch players in the white house, let's say president obama comes in. will it change? do you fear-- i know you've addressed this in the past in several administrations, that there's just a tone in washington, that makes getting anything done impossible? >> yeah, i've been down there and unfortunately that's the tone and whatever you say it's hard for the administration to get everything done. they've handed over the the keys to the congress and the congress is filled with idea logs willing to sacrifice the future of the country in order to push their own point. you've got to hope this time around, whoever is the next president will be able to walk across the aisle, get some compromises and more important than that, pick the right priorities, obviously, there's a fiscal cliff, right, we've got to take care of that. beyond that, there are multiple things that have to be done about the economy, the most important is having a job friendly creation opportunity. it's not easy, so, wall street, i think, i think markets will go up no matter whoever wins. >> after we've heard, markets, pressag
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